2013 SENSECAM AND PERVASIVE IMAGING CONFERENCE - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Submissions will be due June 30, 2013 July 14, 2013 (extended) and will be handled through Easy Chair Software - click here.

Registration is now open, please click here to register.

International SenseCam & Pervasive Imaging Conference 2013
Ethics, Analysis, and Applications of Life Log Imaging to Health and Related Behaviors.

This two-day conference in cooperation with ACM and SIGCHI is the fourth in the SenseCam series and will bring together international experts in computational science, behavior science, human-computer interaction, health sciences, and related fields. This gathering will facilitate innovative, transdisciplinary discussions of image and lifelogging data, including associated ethics, analysis, applications, design and user experience. The conference will feature keynote speakers, expert panelists, investigator presentations, and student posters, and it will aim to develop guidelines to allow comparable methods across studies to advance the science, as well as present current research exploring the integration of lifelogging technology and the interaction with the associated technology. In particular, we hope to identify new applications and opportunities to use images to change behaviors – demonstrating that a picture truly is worth a thousand words.

Organizing Committee:

  • Jacqueline Kerr - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Kevin Patrick - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Simon Marshall - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Tom Baranowski - Baylor College, USA
  • Serge Belongie - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Deb Forster - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Mingui Sun - University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Nadir Weibel - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Cathal Gurrin - Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Charlie Foster - University of Oxford, UK

Program Committee:

  • Cathal Gurrin - Dublin City University, Ireland - Program Committee Co-Chair
  • Nadir Weibel - University of California San Diego, USA - Program Committee Co-Chair

  • Rami Abatal - Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Hannah Badland - The University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Thomas Baranowski - Baylor College of Medicine, USA
  • Serge Belongie - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Niamh Caprani - Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Aiden Doherty - University of Oxford, UK
  • Humprey Hsin-Chen Chen - University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Alireza Fathi - Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • Deborah Forster - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Charlie Foster - University of Oxford, UK
  • Kristen Grauman - University of Texas
  • Steve Hodges -Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
  • Frank Hopfgartner - TU Berlin, Germany
  • Sheryl Hughes - Baylor College of Medicine, USA
  • Wenyan Jia - University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Paul Kelly - Oxford University, UK
  • Jacqueline Kerr - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Kris Kitani - Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Sian Lindley - Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
  • Simon Marshall - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Camille Nebeker - San Diego State University, USA
  • Walterio Mayol - University of Bristol, UK
  • Christopher Moulin - Université de Bourgogne
  • Ana Cristina Murillo Arnal - University of Zaragoza, Spain
  • David Nguyen - Nokia Research, USA
  • Teresia O'Connor - Baylor College of Medicine, USA
  • Melody Oliver - Auckand University of Technology, New Zealand
  • Kevin Patrick - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Deva Ramanan - University of California Irvine, USA
  • Filippo Rossi - University of California San Diego, USA
  • Ashutosh Sabharwal - Rice University, USA
  • Yoichi Sato - University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Abigail Sellen - Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
  • Alan Smeaton - Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Mingui Sun - University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Steve Whittaker - University of California Santa Cruz, USA
  • Hong Zhang - Beihang University Beijing, China
  • Lijuan Zhou - Dublin City University, Ireland

Participants can submit papers that will be considered for oral presentations or poster/demonstration presentations. There are two options:

  • Short 2 page proposals that will be considered for a 10 minute oral presentation, poster or demonstration.
  • Long 6-8 page paper proposals that will be considered for a 20 minute presentation

All accepted submissions will be published by ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, as part of the International Conference Proceedings Series and made available on the ACM Digital Library. The 8 page proposals will be published as final papers and considered archival. For the short submissions authors will retain the copyright and can publish the results elsewhere as archival submission in future.

All proposals must follow the ACM SIGCHI formatting using the following templates:

http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-word-template/view (Word format)
http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-latex-template/view (Latex format)

All proposals will be blind peer-reviewed by an international Program Committee and written feedback will be provided to accepted submissions. Revision must be made before final acceptance. All proposals are due by June 30th 2013. Notice of acceptance will be provided by August 15th. Final camera ready artwork is required by Sept 15th 2013. Please contact the Sensecam Organizing Committee at sensecam@ucsd.edu with any queries.

We welcome innovative and exciting submissions in the following fields:

  • SenseCam and other devices that capture image (and other) data, their uses in health and related research, pros & cons
  • Studies on interactions with Lifelogging devices and pervasive images, and novel interfaces for Lifelogging
  • Computational & human methods to process image data
  • Image data for behavioral & cognitive research
  • Image data to assess environmental context
  • Special conditions/populations and case studies from the field using SenseCam & other image data
  • Developing and testing interventions using image based data, new applications in health and related fields
  • Ethical and privacy issues and solutions for image data of human subjects, and guidelines for creating datasets for common use
  • Visualization of integrated data from multiple sensors